Iran Uprising - No. 31
On Wednesday, January 3, on the seventh day of the uprising, in addition to Tehran, various cities of the country kept the flames of the uprising aflame.
In Zahedan’s Shirabad district skirmishes between the people and anti-riot forces occured. The mercenaries are firing on people and people are confronting with stones.
Iran uprising -No. 30
On Wednesday, January 3, despite the scandalous attempt of the regime to launch counter-demonstrations in some cities, the people in different cities came to the streets again on the seventh day of the uprising to cry their hatred of the ominous regime of mullahs.
Iran Uprising – No.29
On the seventh day of the uprising, and a few days after Iranian regime, filtered many social networks, and cut off or severely restricted access to Internet in many areas, the IRGC commander Jafari said: "Failure to control over cyberspace, which is managed overseas, and the officials’ failure in controlling this space, aggravated the turmoil; but when cyberspace was controlled, we saw a decrease in sedition." (Fars News Agency-affiliated to IRGC - Jan. 3).
Iran Uprising – No. 28
Citing Iran's "state television", AFP reported that while making a clear allusion to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, Rouhani told President Macron, "We criticize the fact that a terrorist group has a base in France and acts against the Iranian people and encourages violence. We expect the French government to act against this terrorist group ".
These remarks reflect above all the anxiety of the mullahs' regime in the face of the expansion of the uprising against the religious dictatorship and the growing popularity of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and the Iranian Resistance. Rouhani accused the PMOI of violence, while the European Union, its member countries, as well as the United States, strongly criticized the Iranian regime for the repression of demonstrations, killing and seriously injuring many people and President Macron has expressed concern on the death of the protestors. To date, dozens of unarmed protesters have been killed by Revolutionary Guards and thousands more arrested.
From left: Hamzeh Ashtizand and Armin Sadeghi, 13, killed during anti-government protests respectively on 30 Dec. 2017 and 1 Jan. 2018.
Statement 26 – Iran Uprising
By late Monday night, 2 January 2018, at the end of the fifth day of the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people against the clerical regime, IRGC and other state security forces have shot dead at least 30 protesters. Ten of the deaths came on Monday in Ghahdirijan (Isfahan province). Other cities in which state security forces have killed protesters were Doroud, Izeh, Toysirkan, Shahin-Shahr, Hamedan, and Nourabad.
Iran Uprising -No. 25
IRGC Brigadier Hossein Zolfaghari, the security deputy of the Interior Ministry, threatened protesters on Monday, January 1st to reinforce more control, acknowledging that more than 90 percent of the detainees are youths and teenagers with an average age of under 25. ILNA, the state news agency, wrote on January 1st that by Sunday law enforcement and judicial authorities had reported more than 400 people were arrested during recent protests.
Iran Uprising - No. 24
On the fifth day of the nationwide uprising against the mullahs’ regime, people took to the streets en mass in Tehran and dozens of other cities across the country, chanting “Death to Khamenei”, “Khamenei, shame on you, Let go the country”. This is while the repressive forces are in full alert and are using their full force to prevent the formation of demonstrations and gatherings. In many cities, there are intense clashes between the people and the IRGC forces.